Optimizing Male Hormonal Output

April 18, 2017 0 Comments

Raider Project and GallantFew are pleased to announce Ali Gilbert to our keynote speaker line-up for the 2nd annual Military Transition Seminar in Dallas, Texas.  REGISTER NOW   






Ali will cover the current state of male hormonal health, how the male physiology has adapted to the current estrogenic environment, and how stress impacts men's health. Attendees will walk away with a practical understanding of how to optimize the relationships of the triangle of performance- lifting, diet & biochemistry, in order to forge the highest performing humans.


Specializing in men's physiology and hormone optimization, Ali is a partner at a company called Greenwich DX Sports Labs, in Greenwich, CT founded to provide people with the in depth lab diagnostics to live optimal lives as the needs of an athlete are different than the average american. There she serves as the head Nutrition and fitness professional. She has access to all sorts of diagnostic tests that allow her to truly understand the depth of men’s physiology in relation to health and performance. 

She is also the founder of Metabolic Golf. 

Metabolic Golf

Ali works as the Director of Performance at CLAY Health Club in Port Chester, NY where she trains elite professional men. She g
raduated from Springfield College with a degree in Applied Exercise Science where she played varsity soccer all 4 years. Ali is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA, & a level 3 TPI certified golf fitness professional and power coach. Currently she is sitting for her Functional Diagnostic Nutrition certification.

Ali is single and resides in Greenwich, CT where she enjoys strong espresso, deadlifts & snowboarding.


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